Demolition of the old lockmaster's house at the Troy Lock and Dam in Upstate New York
Photo Credit: Bob Berrian (Civil Engineering Tech, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New York District)
The old lockmaster's house at the Troy Lock and Dam was torn down this past fall using approximately $168,000 stimulus funding. The demolition was one of many stimulus-funded projects at the facility, which received a total of $1.4 million dollars for repairs, improvements and equipment that will, among other things, help the facility be safer and more energy efficient. New York District's Albany Field Office also managed another $2.5 million in stimulus-funded projects elsewhere in Upstate New York.
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